Information for the campus community

Guidance and updates for the Bruin community, the media and the broader public about UCLA’s ongoing response to the coronavirus pandemic.

Pursuant to public health orders, the campus is currently closed to the general public. Only people who are engaged in essential campus operations, are attending approved in-person courses, or are receiving care at UCLA hospitals and clinics are permitted.

Updated September 19, 2020

Latest updates from campus leadership


Pinned update

Fall update: Shift to primarily remote instruction, reduced housing

UCLA will be moving to remote-only instruction for the fall, with the exception of a limited number of in-person or hybrid courses.

Our commitment to one another

UCLA will have no pandemic-related indefinite or temporary layoffs for career employees through at least Jan. 15, 2021, Chancellor Block announced.

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Twitter Updates

Follow @UCLA on Twitter to get daily updates related to coronavirus for campus community.

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Health and safety

Confirmed cases among campus community

Since March 16, there have been 227 people among the UCLA campus community who have been confirmed by medical professionals to have COVID-19 and have reported their diagnoses to UCLA.

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Prevention, testing and treatment

Includes background about the novel coronavirus and information about the UCLA Health response, including how to get tested at UCLA Health facilities.

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University operations

The campus is working to develop plans that take into account the latest data and shifting circumstances related to COVID-19. We understand that these plans will affect all of you, and we are committed to a thoughtful approach that is inclusive of the broader campus community.

Recommended COVID-19 resources

UCLA Covid experts

For journalists

UCLA faculty members are available for interviews with news media on a wide range of topics related to COVID-19, including public health and epidemiology, virology and vaccines, mental health, education, law, politics and the economy.

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